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"CLINICAL ARCHIVES IS ABOUT EXPANDING THE DEFINITION OF MUSIC"
This is independent netlabel for eclectic and illogical music. The basic directions : abstract, avant-garde, alternative, indie, intuitive improvisation, free improv, jazz, fusion, electronic jazz, free jazz, funk, jam band, live electronic, experimental, experimental pop, dark disco, contemporary, manipulation, neo-classicism, illbient, ambient, musique concrète, noise, tape music, minimalism, acousmatic music, sound sculpture, sound collage, classical, electroacoustic, acoustic, drone, new wave, field recordings, microsound, montage, psychedelic, folk, quasi-folk, post-rock, krautrock, prog-rock, post-punk, trip-hop, soundscapes, sound art, spoken word, strange and other forms ...
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claudio nunez
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Clinical Archives
by Humberto Luis Schenone
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Human Fights = Human Rights I (Argentine Recent History). All tracks composed, played & recorded by Humberto Luis Schenone Recorded at "Living Records Studios" Buenos Aires - ArgentinaThis album, part of the collection Human ....was made with the intention of describing some important moments Humberto Luis Schenone was born in the British Hospital of Buenos Aires on september 6th 1955. Since his childhood had some school trouble for his pleasure of beating over anything making...
Topics: testimonial, experimental, electronic, soundtracks
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Clinical Archives
by Humberto Luis Schenone
audio
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All tracks were composed and played in all instruments by Humberto Luis Schenone, using udu drums, clay pots, kalimbas, talking drums, surdo, shekere, djembé, congas, bongó, whistles and different kinds of bells. The album was recorded at "Living Records Studios" of Barrio Velez Sarsfield, Buenos Aires, Argentina, during November-December 2008. Humberto Luis Schenone was born in the British Hospital of Buenos Aires on september 6th 1955. Since his childhood had some school trouble...
Topics: percussion, afropercussion, fusion, udu drums, other
Source: Clinical Archives
Clinical Archives
by Humberto Luis Schenone
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“The Rhythms of Life” was a book I accidentally ran into at the “Feria Del Libro” of Buenos Aires many years ago. Since the very first moment I was reading its pages thousands of songs began to sound inside me. Suspected answers and new questions appeared in my mind about how things happen in our world through the ages. The rough lines written and left in a drawer for decades fell onto the ground of nowadays technological means and finally grew up into sounds. Here are 21 tracks that...
Topics: percussion, afro-american rhythms, ambient, experimental, world music, electronic, soundtracks
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Clinical Archives
by Humberto Luis Schenone
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"Soltar... Saltar" A CD created as pictures of historical moments, readings, trips, and neighbours' bad customs that should be legally punished. All tracks composed, played & recorded by Humberto Luis Schenone. Recorded at 'Living Records Studios' Buenos Aires - Argentina. Humberto Luis Schenone was born in the British Hospital of Buenos Aires on september 6th 1955. Since his childhood had some school trouble for his pleasure of beating over anything making...
Topics: experimental, electronic, soundtracks
Source: Clinical Archives
Clinical Archives
by Humberto Luis Schenone
audio
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“Human Tracks” is the name for a collection of musical works which has the intention of reflecting the history of the human journey from an alternative point of view. “Heq” is an unforgettable and wonderful novel written by a remarkably good Danish writer called Jørn Riel which was the inspiration for this album, to whom it is dedicated as a little tribute, for the hours of pleasure his literature has generously given to the world. "Human Tracks II / HEQ" All tracks composed...
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Topics: other, percussion, acoustic, experimental, electronic, ambient, soundtrack
Source: Clinical Archives